Chambersburg's Game 5 win came on the heels of the Maidens' resounding victory in the fourth game.
The Trojans virtually disintegrated late in Game 4. Clinging to a two-point lead, and down 2-1, Waynesboro reeled off nine straight points behind eight straight Jackie Duffey service points, including four aces and three unforced Chambersburg errors.
But the Maidens were fortunate to get to that point considering they committed five service errors prior to the late-game rally.
"We were siding out well, but we weren't hitting our serves," said Waynesboro coach Sonnia Oberholzer. "You can't win when you serve like that.
"I think (Chambersburg fans) had a lot of trash talking going on. I told the officials, but they did nothing. Once that sort of thing gets into your head it's tough."
The Waynesboro serving woes continued in the fifth game, while Chambersburg started reasserting itself at the net. Of the Trojans' 15 Game 5 points, eight came on kills or block-kills, and three on Waynesboro service errors.
In the first game, the Maidens were unable to string more than two points together, while Chambersburg rallied for at least three points on five separate occasions.
Paige Tanner dominated Game 2 for Waynesboro with six kills and four service points, while the Trojans committed three of their seven service errors in the game.
Facing a 17-11 deficit in Game 3, Chambersburg rallied to outscore the Maidens, 8-1, behind the net play of Miranda Wenger, to claim a two-games-to-one advantage.
Chambersburg's JV's remain undefeated with a 25-12, 25-15 win.